Esther Nthenya Muli, a woman who is accused of the attempted murder of Machakos Senator Boniface Kabaka, has been freed from police custody.
Esther Muli, woman accused of Machakos Senator's attempted murder, freed from police custody
She had been sentenced to 7 days in police custody
Ms Muli, who had been sentenced to seven days in jail, was on Wednesday released on personal bond after serving three days.
Lawyer Maanzo had indicated that the toxicology report would determine whether the matter will proceed in court or his client would be freed.
Reports indicate that doctors have since ruled out the possibility that Senator Kabaka was poisoned.
Efforts made by Makueni leaders, including Governor Kivutha Kibwana, are said to have contributed to the release of the Makueni-based teacher.
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